XSubst is a handy tool for managing subst drives and net drives with a lot of comfort.
XSubst can create temporary or permanent subst drives, can create drive icons (shortcuts) to the desktop manually or automatically.
With the optional shell context extension (sce) it can integrate the basic functions connect and disconnect into file explorer or professional file managers like total commander.
Another comfortable function is to change the path of a subst or net drive without manual disconnect the drive, XSubst will do this in one step.
XSubst shows all available drives (a-z) in a drive list with their corresponding paths and drive types.
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The program is released as freeware.Q:
Serving a complex XML document with JAXB
I have a complex XML document generated by a custom XSD (that’s a requirement for the system I’m working on).
The document is quite complex, with a lot of elements that can have a different type of child.
I’m trying to write a piece of code that will deserialize an XML document with that XSD and process the results in a generic way.
The XML document looks like this:
My XML document has the same structure, except that it has more of them.
I’m using JAXB to deserialize my XML documents.
Now I would like to have an object that represents this entire XML document.
I have been using this object to run a number of interesting queries on it in the code.
My problem is that the child elements aren’t always of the same type.
The child elements are in fact all PObject elements (which represent a POJO), but the types of these POJ
A utility that can create symbolic links (LNK) to a number of disks, including harddisk drives, CD/DVD-ROMs, network drives, CD-ROMs, floppy disks, RAID partitions and other volumes.
Links can be created in such a way that the link points to the directory containing the source file. XSubst can also create links to mounted media (FAT, NTFS) or devices (USB, Firewire, serial ports).
Additionally the link can be created to the complete path of the media volume or device.
Additionally XSubst can create various other types of symbolic links:
– symbolic links to a file or folder with their parent directory.
– symbolic links to a file or folder with the exception of the parent directory.
– symbolic links to files with the exclusion of the parent directory.
– symbolic links to a directory, without the parent directory.
The type of the link created by XSubst can be displayed in the “Link” dialog.
The graphical user interface allows one to create and manage symbolic links without user intervention.
XSubst is an alternative to the normal shell tools “ln” and “mklink”.
XSubst is free, open source and available as shareware.
Why Use XSubst:
XSubst is a convenient tool for creating symbolic links.
XSubst is easy to use.
With XSubst one can create links to media volumes and other devices (hard disk, CD/DVD, CDs, floppies, etc.)
The format of an XSubst file is completely self-explaining: “ln source target” stands for the ln command.
After clicking on “Create”, the dialog “XSubst – ln source target” will be opened.
What is the “link target” and the “link source”?
The “link target” is the path and filename (drive letter and folder) of the volume or device to which the link refers to.
The “link source” is the path and filename (drive letter and folder) of the directory, subdirectory or file that the link refers to.
In the following example, the link refers to the cd /B directory.
ln /B source target
With the shell command “ls source target” the link source can be inspected.
Creates (LNK) symbolic links
## Link /B source target ##
target D:My New
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– Drive context injection – sce extension
– Drive icons on desktop and taskbar
– Drive management including old, connected/disconnected and new
– Temporary and permanent subs and nets
– Automatic disconnect and reconnect and / or path change
– Path independent from the path you are in
– Drive information (see attributes and their data)
– NTFS detection and support for symlinks
– Drag and drop drive list
– Drive list item attributes
– Capabilities list
– Startup help
– Registry entries
– Registry key (Pro)
– Internet shortcuts
– Custom icons / styles
– CLI (command line interface)
– Internal Path engine
– Change to rawdisk/psd-files
– Auto disconnect on open
– Much more…
– XSubst is a freeware and as such “under the GNU GPL”
You can download the source code from here:
How to use XSubst:
1) Run it
2) On the left a huge list appears with all drives and their corresponding context.
3) Click on a drive icon (shortcut) on the desktop or on a folder (directories) to connect/disconnect the drive.
This is the best way to use XSubst, but there are also other possibilities to do so.
4) If you clicked directly on a drive in the context menu of the drive list on the left the drive is automatically disconnected.
5) If you are in the context “where you are” in the drive list, you can drag the drive to the path you want.
XSubst will change the path and also all properties of the drive.
6) If you want to disconnect and/or change the path manually, click on the disconnect/pathchange button.
XSubst shows the current list of drives.
Now you can close XSubst and open it again to see the updates
7) To disconnect a drive completely, close XSubst once.
8) Now, start XSubst and connect the drive again.
9) XSubst will reconnect the drive and all properties will be unchanged.
10) To change the current path to a new path, close XSubst once and open it again.
This time you can disconnect the drive and open XSubst again and the drive is disconnected
What’s New In XSubst?
XSubst is a handy tool for managing drives and net drives with a lot of comfort.
New in this release :
1. XSubst now works in directories and allows to look for folders in a drive (in your home-directory, I mean).
2. Added a C:home folder to be able to look for there a subfolder of my home-directory.
3. Renamed the XSubst folder in the register to “xsubst” and extended it with some data.
4. Changed the application logo in the tray and the default settings in the registry.
5. Improved the indicator windows a bit.
6. Improved the configuration and the windows a bit.
7. Improved the usability with the context menu.
New in version 2.4.3:
1. Added a subst drive search by name (to remember a subst drive and its name, that could be used again).
2. The window configuration was a bit improved.
3. The tray icon was changed a bit.
4. The number of used subst drives was shown in the tray-icon.
5. Added some more right-click options to the context menu.
6. Added a subst tab in the registry.
7. Added a removable media indicator that could be configured with a custom look.
8. Changes in the configuration dialog in order to make the usage much more comfortable.
9. Minor changes in the tray icon and user-interface.
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